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[texts]Civil War Photo William Atkinson 72nd Indiana - My great great great grandfather's commander
Here is a picture of William Atkinson, commander of Company C of the 72nd Regiment Indiana Infantry (Mounted), part of John T. Wilder's "Lightning" Brigade. This was likely taken in or after 1863, during or after the American Civil War/War Between the States. The photographer's mark appears to read "Louisville"(Kentucky?). Wilder's Brigade were mounted infantry, meaning that they rode horses but were intended to fight on foot, unlike cavalry...
Keywords: 72nd Indiana Regiment; Wilder's Brigade; Lightning Brigade; Spencer Rifle; Mounted Infantry; Civil War; Union Army; Chickamauga; Resaca; Hoover's Gap; Selma; Kennesaw; John T. Wilder
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[texts]Civil War Photo James Armstrong Ind. - my great great great grandfather was his friend
Here is a picture of James Armstrong, who fought in Company C of the 72nd Regiment Indiana Infantry (Mounted), part of John T. Wilder's "Lightning" Brigade. This was likely taken in or after 1863, during the American Civil War/War Between the States. Wilder's Brigade were mounted infantry, meaning that they rode horses but were intended to fight on foot, unlike cavalry. They carried seven-shot Spencer repeating rifles as in the photo, which gave them a huge advantage over Confederates armed with...
Keywords: 72nd Indiana Regiment; Wilder's Brigade; Lightning Brigade; Spencer Rifle; Mounted Infantry; Civil War; Union Army; Chickamauga; Resaca; Hoover's Gap; Selma; Kennesaw; John T. Wilder
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